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Effigy at Iona of Roderick,
7th Chief of the MacLeods of Lewis (d. c.1498)

Effigy carved in hornblende schist, one depicts a knight with pointed helmet, said to be Roderick, 7th Chief of the MacLeods of Lewis (d. c.1498)
St Columba's Church, Aiginish, Lewis. Scotland.

See also Effigy of a Burke Gallóglaich, Ballynakill Church, Glinsk, County Galway, Ireland, late-14th century
Gallóglaich, 14th-15th Centuries by Ian Heath
Effigies at Iona of armoured Scots Isles Warriors or Gallóglaich
Effigy of Bricius MacFingone, Iona, late 15th century
Illustration of Irish (or New Scots) warriors by Albrecht Durer, 1521
Effigy of a warrior at Kilninian, Mull, Scotland, early to mid-16th century
Effigy of Domhall (Donald/Domhnall) MacGill'easbuig (M'Gillespie/Gillespy), mid-16th century

Clothing of the Ancient Celts: A Guide to Celtic Costume by M. E. Riley
Illustrations of Scottish Costume & Soldiers
Index of Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers